Raghav Agarwal

Department of Dentistry, Bharat Ratna Late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Memorial Government Medical College, Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, India


  • Research   
    Long-Term Complications Following Different Treatment Modalities for Mandibular Fractures
    Author(s): Raghav Agarwal, Pragya Jaiswal and Aniruddh Gandhi*

    Background: All the approaches for mandibular fracture treatment have their associated advantages and complications. The complications associated with treated mandibular fractures as listed in literature are found to be approximately in the range of 9% to 36 percent. Various complications seen after treating mandibular fractures can be attributed to the site of the fracture, type of fracture, displacement, peri-operative occlusion, contributing factors, and treatment chosen. Aims: The present trial was aimed at evaluating various long-term complications associated with different treatment procedures for managing mandibular fractures. Materials and Methods: 78 subjects were retrospectively analyzed within the age range of 19 years to 62 years with the mean age range of 42.4 years. The previous records of the patients were obtained from the previous hospital records for analyzing retros.. Read More»

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